What is burnout? According to wiseGeek, “Burnout is a psychological condition in which a person routinely feels physically and emotionally exhausted, is cynical and critical of him or herself and others, and works less efficiently than usual. This condition is usually brought on by long-term stress, overwork, and a lack of support or acknowledgement.
Though burnout is often confused with stress, it is not the same thing. Stress is characterized by urgency and anxiety, but burnout is characterized by a loss of interest and a feeling of “giving up” or failure.”
How do you deal with burnout? Here are 14 articles that might help!
Lists of Burnout Quotes
Humor Destroys Burnout
A Plan for Beating Burnout!
Burnout Is Fueled By Being Too Busy
Understanding the Subject of Burnout
Burnout Cannot Be Battled If It Is Not Understood
Burnout Can Be Avoided By Reducing Responsibilities
10 Ways to Prevent Burnout
Burnout! A Real Problem!
How to Reduce Burnout
Burnout and Its Effects Upon Team Leaders
10 Milestones on the Way to Burnout
Burnout Advice for Pastors and Churches
Dale is the creator of "Like A Team."He has been working with businesses, charity organizations, volunteer groups and church groups in the development of teamwork for over 25 years.The goal of "Like A Team" is to help share the knowledge and skills of healthy team creators across the planet.
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